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Extreme weather is heading for the Oregon coast. Coastal residents and visitors from southwest Washington to at least the Florence area should expect high winds and seas Sunday afternoon into … more
A Spokane elementary school teacher who is opposed to the vaccination mandate and has shared debunked claims about COVID-19 vaccines has been accused of creating a hostile work environment after she … more
Tech-industry experts, city planners and even Gov. Jay Inslee have touted self-driving cars as a panacea, cutting congestion and vehicle emissions while reducing collisions. But an announcement … more
Rescue teams called off their search around 2 a.m Saturday for a motorcyclist who hit a car on the I-90 bridge and fell into Lake Washington. After more than two hours in the water, the motorcyclist … more
A New Jersey bank has agreed to return nearly $500,000 from accounts allegedly used during last year's $650 million unemployment fraud in Washington, the state Attorney General's Office said Friday. … more
Following recommendations from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, booster doses for all three coronavirus vaccines are now available in … more
OLYMPIA — A Spokane homeowner wanted a historic racist covenant removed from his home's title and deed. Spokane County Auditor Vicky Dalton said it was not in her authority to do so. … more
OLYMPIA — Washington is ready to embrace  Afghan refugees, Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday. Inslee welcomed arriving Afghans at an event at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport's … more
Outreach workers are concerned following an incident Oct. 16 when three portable toilets were blown up by explosive devices at a homeless camp on Wheeler Avenue. Police received multiple reports … more
Rebecca Howard was revered for many things in her time, including being an outstanding hotelier and cook. Less known is that Howard was the first female business owner in Olympia. Born around … more
Washington wildlife managers extended the public comment period for a contentious spring bear hunt, Friday. Now, the public will have until Nov. 1 at 5 p.m. to submit written comments. The … more
WASHINGTON — Sen. Patty Murray and Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday announced they will lead a regional process to consider "all options" to restore declining salmon and steelhead runs in the Columbia … more
The Washington State University athletics has received $3.5 million in donations in the last week following the firing of former football coach Nick Rolovich over the state COVID-19 vaccine mandate. … more
The U.S. Forest Service is accepting applications next month for more than 1,000 seasonal spring and summer jobs in Washington and Oregon, the agency announced. Positions are available in multiple … more
A Pullman police officer was grazed by a bullet as ammunition exploded in a house fire Thursday morning. Just before 7 a.m., residents of 1232 Lost Trail Drive heard their smoke detector go off. … more
WENATCHEE — Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday ordered the state Department of Corrections to pause transfers of new inmates from local jails to state prisons to stop the spread of COVID-19. The … more
The U.S. Senate has approved the nomination of civil rights attorney Tana Lin to one of five vacancies on the federal bench in Western Washington, making her the first Asian American and first former … more
COVID-19 transmission in Washington is decreasing, though much of how the next few months unfold depends on upcoming holiday gatherings and seasonal behavior changes, according to the newest modeling … more
A nine-month legal battle between a lawyer and the city of Portland ended Monday with the release of the previously obscured names of officers on the front lines of 2020 social justice … more
Liese Behringer wound up in a hospital after Ashland, Oregon, police stopped her for suspected drunken driving two years ago but not because she was injured. Police had Behringer, now 64, … more
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